Carbon-based nanostructures have the potential for a large variety of technological applications from sensing devices to active (opto-) electronic elements. The goal is to develop integrative technologies for all carbon nanoelectronics.
At the INT we have running projects on materials preparation, characterization, theory and scale-up of sp2-carbon based nanosystems such as fullerenes, carbon nanotubes or graphene.
We are working on the preparation of atomically precise nanocarbon materials on bulk scale. This requires the development of processes for growth, fractionation and nanostructuring. Theoretical modeling provides a conceptual basis for integration of materials and basic elements.
Research Projects | Publications
Transport in graphene structures, including conductivity of scatterers, quantum interference phenomena, transport regimes, interaction effects, and non-equilibrium physics
Light-matter interaction in carbon nanosystems and optoelectronic applications